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Chapter 2 - Digitools. Mr. Bishop. What Are We Going To Learn from this Unit?. Use browser software to access, navigate, and bookmark Web Pages. Learn how networks are protected with firewalls and virus protection software.

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What are we going to learn from this unit
What Are We Going To Learn from this Unit?

  • Use browser software to access, navigate, and bookmark Web Pages.

  • Learn how networks are protected with firewalls and virus protection software.

  • Learn about the Internet’s Domain Name System, Web addresses, and paths.

  • Locate, Explore, and apply online learning resources.

  • Learn about intellectual property rights and plagiarism.

  • Search the web and research information online.

  • Send, Receive, Forward, and Delete E-mail.



Top level domains
Top Level Domains

  • What are top level domains?

    • The period and the last 3 letters in a domain name.

    • Can you name 5 of them?

      • .com

      • .net

      • .org

      • .mil

      • .edu


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Top Level Domains

  • Countries also have their own domain extensions.. These have 2 letters.

    • For example, United States is .us

  • Can you guess the following Countries based off their codes?

    • .De

    • .Ru

    • .Mx

    • .Ca


Hyperlinks
Hyperlinks

  • Hyperlink: any word, phrase, or picture, when clicked, takes the user to another location.

  • You use hyperlinks EVERYTIME you use the Internet.


How web addresses paths work
How Web Addresses & Paths Work

  • Web browsers use a URL as a map to follow a path directly to a resource you are requesting.

    • Ie: http://www.myspace.com/imyourbuddy or http://www.yakima.net/news/news.jpg

  • So, if I were to goto http://www.yakima.net/images/christmas/santa.jpg

    • The primary folder is “images” the subfolder is “christmas” and the file is “santa.jpg”.


Teamwork
Teamwork

  • What is a team?

    • Group of people who share common tasks and goals within a company or organization.

  • Large teams are often organized into departments, who are responsible for critical functions within the company.

    • Research

    • Accounting

    • Marketing

    • Human Resources

    • Legal Services

    • Etc.


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Teamwork

  • Teamwork involves combining the efforts of two or more people to accomplish a task or achieve a goal.

  • For a team to function well, each team member MUST understand the purpose, or goals, of the team.


Teamwork2
Teamwork

  • Guidelines for working effectively in teams.

    • Set clear goals and create a plan to meet them.

    • Define the responsibilites of each member.

    • Identify how success will be measured.

    • Identify obstacles and how you will overcome them.

    • Communicate clearly and frequently.

    • Be open to feedback.

    • Discuss how differences will be resolved.

    • Build on strengths of members.

    • Develop trust by doing your part well.


Conflict
CoNfLiCt! &^%$!

  • What is Conflict?

    • a disagreement, quarrel, or controversy.

  • How can we deal with conflict in groups, at work, at home?

    • Group Discussion


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CoNfLiCt! &^%$!

  • 1. Communicate

    • Listen & Talk – understand the situation

  • 2. Analyze

    • Determine the underlying, or real, problems

  • 3. Be Objective

    • Focus on the issue – not the person. Keep feelings out of it.

  • 4. Look Inward

    • Objectively examine yourself. Are you honestly contributing to the problem? Be willing to admit your mistakes and apologize if necessary.


  • Conflict2
    CoNfLiCt! &^%$!

    • 5. Look for Solutions!

      • Brainstorm with your group members, co-workers, parents, siblings, etc. Try to find a resolve

  • 6. Be Tactful

    • Focus on finding a solution rather than placing blame. Placing blame only breeds more blame and resentment.

  • 7. Compromise

    • Be willing to give up demands or make adjustments to reach a settlement. Try to make everyone happy if possible.


  • Group assignment
    Group Assignment!

    • In groups of 4 complete:

      • Exercise 1-2 on P. 62-63


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